Valencia Carroll is a classically trained graduate of Gage Academy of Art. She works in oil, graphite and charcoal with emphasis on fine drawing techniques. She has exhibited, presented and taught throughout western Washington and currently serves as a PTA Art Docent Program Chair in the Washington state - Northshore School District. Her most recent work involves participating in the Frye Museum's "Re-Mastered" program and she is now in the process of producing a series of paintings that focuses on dolls and explores the subject of play while staying true to drawing and composition throughout her process.
Website : http://www.valenciafineart.com/
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